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I have been trying, unsuccesfully, to post a report on Severalls. I have it on 28dl, and copied the text box across. I have since whittled down and down and am now down to 8 images, but am still getting the following error:

Post denied. New posts are limited by number of URLs it may contain and checked if it doesn't contain forbidden words.

How stringent is the limit? Or is there somethig amiss here (I host my photos on flickr) The FAQ say up to 30 images are allowed so I don't see where I am falling foul.

Here is the 28dl thread to show that I know what I am doing...! :D

http://www.28dayslater.co.uk/forums/asylums-hospitals/89229-severalls-hospital-colchester-april-2014-a.html#post1028421

Any advice would be appreciated

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